I’ve put together ten dresses I've purchased during quarantine (that I obvi haven’t worn). I see them staring at me from my closet and I cannot wait to pull them out and wear them!

For a summer night outside 

This dress is just darling. I love that lemon print is coming back around as the pattern brings so much happiness! The plunging next line brings a sexy vibe to the longer length!

For a simple day out and about

If you want to be comfortable while running errands but your sweatpants are in the wash… pull out a beautiful, simple dress and hit the road. I have a few dresses for this occasion and you can see them all below! This one is great if you love floral, this one is perfect if you want something with no sleeves for hot summer months, and this one is for those that loved a perfectly puffed sleeve!

Sleeves, please!

Sometimes, things look better with sleeves. Go for this dress if you need a dress with a little coverage! It has a baby-doll style and comes in three beautiful colors, I personally love the white!

Go with the flow

Looking for something with some flow? Go for this one! I love pairing this one with a pair of sandals and a weave and wicker bag for a beachy look!

Take it up a notch

Preparing for an event? This dress is perfect for a formal night out. I love the flattering, no sleeve shape! Pair with black pumps, a solid color handbag, put your hair in a sleek bun and call it a night! Looking for something longer? I love the elegance of this dress as it brings such a classic, sophisticated vibe. 


When I want to go down boho avenue, I love choosing light, airy dresses, brown sandals, and a simple, cross-body bag. This one is so comfortable and provides such an effortless look! This one is my runner-up of choice as it still brings such a boho look but doesn’t have the sleeves, making it a perfect summer choice!

I hope you try out some of the looks above! I want to see how gorgeous you look when you decide to give it a go! Tag me on Instagram @nellamoon. I can’t wait to see!




June 10, 2020 — Arielle Ricci